From Gene Fram
"Universities Should Be About Transferable Skills And Continuing Education" by Alex Adamopoulos of Forbes
"The Feynman Technique: The Best Way to Learn Anything" published by Farnam Street
"Technology as the Basis for Learning: What the UK Can Learn from the US" published by EAB
"The top 10 emerging skills for 2022" from EAB of Washington, D.C.
"Drawing is the Best Way to Learn, Even if You’re No Leonardo da Vinci" by Anne Quito, Design Reporter for Quartz
"Why We Should Train Workers Like We Train Machine Learning Algorithms" by Makada Henry-Nickie, David M. Rubenstein Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution
"The Challenge of Scaling Soft Skills" by Lynda Gratton of MIT Sloane Management Review
"The Future of Universities in a Digital Era" by Lino Guzzella and Gerd Folkers
- “Reliable Sources: Promoting Critical Thinking in the [Mis]information Age” by Katherine Jones
- “To Think Critically, You Have to be Both Analytical and Motivated” by John Timmer
- “Four Ways Work Will Change in the Future” by Louise Lee
- “Generation Z Enters the Workforce: Generational and technological challenges in entry-level jobs” by Carolyn O’Boyle, Josefin Atack, and Kelly Monahan
- “Putting lifelong learning on the CEO agenda” by Amy Edmondson and Bror Saxberg
"Changing Demand for Core Skills in Jobs of the Future" by Jeff Selingo
"Charts of the week: Paid family leave, metro unemployment changes, using your college major" by Fred Dews
"How artificial intelligence could transform government" by William D. Eggers, David Schatsky, Dr. Peter Viechnicki
"How to Fine Tune Your ???? Detector" by Warren Berger
- “The Journey of Critical Thought” by Eric Aspen Marley
Further reading on Applied Critical Thinking in Higher Education by or about Eugene Fram, RIT faculty and staff.
Critical Thinking in a Crisis
Mapping the development of applied critical thinking skills in engineering, technology & computing majors
Jennifer Schneider, Anne Wahl, Michael Long
Creating resilient communities in the face of man-made and natural disasters
Faculty Alert: Why Are Employers Giving Low Marks to College & University Grads?
Critical thinking across the [undergraduate] curriculum (CTAC)
Clarence Burton Sheffield, Jr.
Thinking Chair: What one university is doing to promote critical thinking
Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed
Higher education must lead business to maximaize full value of employees
Wanted: More US college grads with critical thinking skills
College and university students have opportunity to expand expertise
Avoiding curriculum myopia in colleges and universities